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Monthly Archives: October 2012

I did this drawing about a year ago, maybe more, not signed, not dated, I always liked it, I am often drawing in pencil, as I like the quality and variation in line and color. This sketch was a quick thought process, and it just flowed out, no pencil lines first, just one right after the other, simple, flat with a personality that conveys more. Enjoy!

Available at AREAWARE from Fort Standard. I love these, their shape, where they are already a little bit worn gives the illusion they are a hand-me down from your favorite aunt or uncle from their child hood. The perfect blend of vintage-modern.

Here is a stop- motion ‘how it’s made’ video. So cute, I want to have them all.

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/42049554″>Balancing Blocks</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/partandparcel”>Part &amp; Parcel</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

 

Where I must be tomorrow night.

Some where over the rainbow, way over in LA, via British Vogue, the little blue gingham dress is up to fetch two hundred thousand USD. In my dreams, I think I’ll buy some cotton gingham, and make myself and updated classic – for next Spring.

I stopped dead in my tracks Friday night at the Vivienne Tam window in SOHO.

 

The images I think will speak for themselves, but here is a collection I drew while studying in Florence, Italy, in 1998.

While the designs are different, Vivienne Tam’s of a much higher sophistication level,  I couldn’t help to notice some similarities. I would love comments and feed back about this!